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Circuit Line
Circuit Line.png
Jolt ahead, leaving behind electric orbs that are chained together after a short delay!
Element Lightning Lightning.png
Type Dash
Subtypes ?
Damage 2
Hit Count 7
Cooldown 4
Knockback ?
Cost 15 Chaos gem.png
125 Gold.png
Pool 3
Lightning chains deal additional damage!
Cost 150 Gold.png

Circuit Line is a Dash Lightning Arcana in Wizard of Legend

Description[edit | edit source]

Dash forwards, leaving a floating orb of electricity at each of the start and end points. After 1.5 seconds, the orbs connect with a beam of electricity, dealing lightning damage to all enemies caught in the beam.

Dashing multiple times in a row causes additional orbs to be added to the chain. 1.5 seconds after the final orb is added, all nearby orbs are connected.

Strategies[edit | edit source]

Repeatedly dashing through a large group of enemies can deal heavy damage to them all, if you are able to hit them with multiple beams.

Spell combos[edit | edit source]

  • Useful when used with spells that freeze enemies such as Frost Fan, as they will not be unfrozen when damaged by this spell.
    • If you are fast enough, you can place some orbs along the wall and pin enemies against them using Ice Spear, ensuring that they take massive damage.

Item combos[edit | edit source]

  • Ring of Reserves adds another charge, allowing for more orbs to be placed and subsequently all chain together, increasing the effectiveness of the dash.
  • On-hit relics work well with this arcana due to the large number of hits potentially applied, such as Phoenix Talon and Nerite Shell. Permafrost Cube also combos well as subsequent hits from the orbs will not unfreeze the enemy.

Additional notes[edit | edit source]

  • When multiple charges are used consecutively, certain timing can cause orbs to group separately.
  • Orbs will not connect when placed too far from each other.